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Using Weber’s Law to Improve the Focus of a Trumpet Embouchure

Not long ago I was reading an article in Stereophile magazine that referred to something called “Weber’s Law,” which states that “the least amount of change in a stimulus that is detectable is a constant proportion of the original intensity … Continue reading

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Holding “The Position” for 30 Minutes

Usually when a student is asked to make the “M” position correctly they end up with a lot of excess tension, located primarily in the upper chest, throat and embouchure center. If the player can successful play a note this … Continue reading

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